Investigators still have no specific suspects, and are not discussing possible motives, in the homicide death of an elderly Rochester woman.
78-year-old Norma Lipskis was found dead in her home last week. An autopsy Monday showed that her fatal injuries were the result of foul play.
Rochester police chief Bill Marass won’t comment on whether there was any sign of forced entry, or whether Lipskis may have known her attacker.
But despite the first homicide in Rochester in recent memory, Marass says residents don’t need to fear for their safety.